Jeffrey Rosen

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Jeffrey Rosen is a law professor at The George Washington University Law School. Subjects taught by Jeffrey Rosen include Constitutional Law II, The Law of Democracy, and Criminal Procedure.

Jeffrey Rosen graduated from Yale University.

Rosen has produced Privacy, Property, and Free Speech: Law and the Constitution for the Great Courses company. This lecture series is available for video streaming by paid subscribers.

Rosen is the president of the US National Constitution Center in Philadelphia.

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